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A New Kind of ‘First Responders’: The Biodefense Network Mark S. Klempner, MD Boston University National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL) Institute. GLOBAL EXAMPLES OF EMERGING AND RE-EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES. AS Fauci. NIAID Regional Biocontainment Laboratories (RBLs).

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A New Kind of ‘First Responders’: The Biodefense Network

Mark S. Klempner, MD

Boston University

National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL) Institute



Niaid regional biocontainment laboratories rbls
NIAID Regional Biocontainment DISEASESLaboratories (RBLs)

  • 13 RBLs (9 funded in 2003, 4 in 2005)

  • ~$260M total funding from NIAID; institutions provided matching funds

  • Design, construct, and commission state-of-the art BSL-2/3 laboratories, and research and administrative support space

  • Complement & support research activities of the RCEs

  • Available to assist national, state, and local public health efforts in event of bioterrorism or infectious disease emergency


Niaid national biocontainment laboratories nbls
NIAID National Biocontainment DISEASESLaboratories (NBLs)

  • 2 NBLs, funded in 2003

  • ~$240M total funding from NIAID; institutions provided matching funds

  • Design, construct, and commission state-of-the art BSL-2/3/4 laboratories, and research and administrative support space

  • Complement and support research activities of the RCEs

  • Available to assist national, state, and local public health efforts in event of bioterrorism or infectious disease emergency


National emerging infectious diseases laboratories at boston university medical center
National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories DISEASESat Boston University Medical Center


The neidl institute s mission
The NEIDL Institute’s Mission DISEASES

  • To perform cutting-edge basic and clinical research on emerging infectious diseases, including category A, B, and C agents aimed at developing diagnostic tests, treatments and vaccines to promote the public’s health through combating infectious diseases.

  • To provide training in these areas of research and to support a national response in the event of a biodefense emergency.

  • To establish a research facility with the highest attention to community and laboratory safety and security.


National emerging infectious diseases laboratories at boston university medical center1
National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories DISEASESat Boston University Medical Center

NATIONAL EMERGING

INFECTIOUS DISEASES

LABORATORIES (NEIDL)

Located within BioSquare Phase II Development Area.

Building Area: 195,000 sf.

7 floors / 111 ft

Building setback 150’

from Albany Street.

Begin Construction 1st Qtr 2006

Occupy 3rd Qtr 2008

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Neidl cores

Research Cores DISEASES

1. Aerobiology Core BSL-3

2. Aerobiology Core BSL-4

3. Animal Core BSL-3

4. Animal Core BSL-4

5. Bioinformatics Core

6. Biomolecule Production Core for BSL-3

7. Biomolecule Production Core for BSL-4

8. Cell and Tissue Imaging Core

9. Clinical Research Core

10. Genomics/Microarray Core

11. High throughput Screening Core

12. Immunology Core

13. Insectarium Core BSL-3

14. Insectarium Core BSL-4

15. Proteomics/Mass Spectrometry Core

16. Specimen Processing Core

17. Training Simulator Core

18. Whole Animal Imaging Core

19. Collaborative Research Core #1

20. Collaborative Research Core #2

Operations Cores

1. Management/Administration Core

2. Community Relations Core

3. Emergency Response and Planning Core

4. Environmental Health and Safety Core

5. Facilities Core

6. Information Technology Core

7. Materials Management Core

8. Occupational Health Core

9. Security Core

10. Telecommunications Core

NEIDL Cores


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